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DEDICATION 

And QIoJJm yfJcmul Mke 2ea?m cmd Qladlii Veack 




This is ro Butch — for the many times she has pulled for the "under- 
dog," for her ideals of democracy, for her sense of values which she 
teaches, not by standing on a stump and blowing a little tin horn, but 
by her living each day. We've learned from her — to live and to judge 
right from wrong. We've known her and her ever present sense of 
humor, covered by a good sound philosophy of life, as autumn leaves 
cover a still pond. She wouldn't want us to say we love her — that 
wouldn't be in Butch's way of saying things — but we don't think she'd 
mind if we'd say we revere her, admire her, and have her on the ped- 
estal marked, "The Teacher We'd Like to Be Someday." So this is 
to the lady who sits behind the desk in the English room, the inde- 
pendent soul who will buck convention if convention happens to be 
wrong — to the lady who leads, not by walking ahead of us, but who 
guides bv walking beside us — Dr. .Mildred E. Hartsock. 



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Wilson, a small Imt significant city located in the eastern part of North Carolina became the center of attention on November 1, 
1Q50. A large number of dignitaries, alumni and friends from all over the country were gathered at Atlantic Christian College. It 
was the inauguration of President D. Ray Lindley, who although he had been with us since July, was now formally leaving Texas 
and claiming Wilson as "home." Everyone sensed the excitement weeks before the actual day arrived; the college was much like 
a child waiting tor Christmas. 

At a time when the world needs more than ever those who think clearly and who uphold high values and ideals. Dr. Lindley under- 
took the great responsibility ot expanding this small church-related college, and of guiding and training tomorrow's leaders. 

To begin the day, a long procession of men and women in their caps and gowns — faculty members, guests and the new president 
marched from the new girls' dormitory to the scene of the inauguration, Howard Chapel. President Lindley delivered his inaugural 
address immediately following the charge to the president given by Dr. Liston Pope, a native of North Carolina and the Dean of the 
Yale Divinity School. Following the inaugural ceremonies. Dr. Pope spoke on "The Uses of the Mind" at a luncheon in Bert Hardy 
Dining Hall. I he group then moved to the girls" dormitory where a reception was held. This concluded the exercises. 

Dr. Lindley's taking of office symbolizes the opening of a new era, and at the same time the continuation of a process started in 
the past when the present expansion program was laid during the administration of Dr. H. S. Hilley, who served faithfully as president 
for thirty years. After his resignation. Dr. Cecil A. Jarman served as acting president and carried the college forward until Dr. Lindley 
came to the campus in July, 1950. ^-, ,- y^tjm r~% 




To further cooperation between the school, and the community. Dr. Lindlcy brought the first important change to the campus in the 
form of night classes — created to share with the surrounding communities the cultural life ot the college. Dr. Lindley has helped 
create one of the best religious departments on the undergraduate level to be found and has also placed a new emphasis on sports. 

The inauguration of Dr. Lindley coincides with a large expansion program of the only liberal arts college in this area. A magni- 
ficent girls' dormitory costing $450,000 was occupied for the first time in September. The SI 75,000 library named in honor of the 
late Clarence L. Hardy is expected to be completed soon. Also included in the program is the renovation ot Kinsey Hall to provide 
classrooms and offices. The town ot Wilson has shown its support ot the college in many ways, a fine example of which has been 
the purchase ot new band uniforms tor the college band. 

The inaugural ceremonies have lett with us "a man with a confident smile, a genuine personality and a quiet determination.'' 

We look back with pride upon our growth from the Kinsey Seminary of our origin to the Atlantic Christian College of 1950; and 
our faith in the future is unbounded as we walk forward under the leadership ot President D. Ray Lindley! 




HARDY LIBRARY 




GIRLS' DORMITORY 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Term Expiring 19)0 

John Askew Raleigh, N. C. 

E. Leon Roebuck Washington, N. C. 

M. C. Todd Wendell, X. C. 

L. A. Tart Dunn, X. C. 

C. V. Cannon Ayden, X. C. 

C. L. Hardy Maury, X. C. 

J. C. Warren Newton Grove, X. C. 

A. D. Shackleford Wilson, X C. 

Term Expiring 19 >7 

John Proctor Greenville, X. C. 

A.W. Ange Wintcrville, X. C. 

T. J. Hackney, Chairman Wilson, X. C. 

Elbert Pcelc Williamston, X. C. 

John W. Cuwell Bayboro, X. C. 

J. E. Paschall Wilson, X. C. 



Dr. C. S. Eagles Saratoga, X. C. 

J. Benbow Jones Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Term Expiring 1952 

G. F. Loftin Kinston, N. C. 

S. L. Roberson Robersonvillc, N. C. 

H. G. Haney Greenville, X. C. 

W, H. Brunson Ayden, X. C. 

H. Gait Braxton Kinston, N. C. 

Newton J. Robison Raleigh, X. C. 

Curtis W. Howard Kinston, X. C. 

Jack D. Brinson Arapahoe, N. C. 

Alumni Trustees 

Bruce Riley Wilson, N. C. 

H. F. Bell Wilson, X. C. 

Rev. R. A. Phillips Kinston, X. C. 




PRESIDENT D. RAY LINDLEY 



On behalf ot the faculty and the Board of" Trustees I am pleased to bring greetings 
to the student body of Atlantic Christian College. 

The quality of any school is measured to a large extent by the spirit of its student 
body. This is especially true in a school like Atlantic Christian College where the pupil 
is considered to be the center of the learning process and where the goal is for both 
students and faculty to approach truth in the spirit of learners. 

We are proud of our school, proud of its students, proud of its faculty and proud 
of its great traditions. We are especially proud of the patience and understanding 
displayed during the period of disorganization that always attends a building program. 
Soon our new library will be completed and it will stand as a symbol of the achieve- 
ments which we shall mutually share. Meantime, it is our ambition that every stu- 
dent at Atlantic Christian College recognize in every member of the staff a friend T 
a comrade, and a partner in quest of the personal growth which comes only through 
the knowledge of truth. 

D. Ray Lindley. 



ADMINISTRATION 



ARTHUR D.WENGER 

Assistant to the President 

The spirit of friendly democracy on our campus is 
the product of our working, thinking, learning and 
playing together as a college family. 

We of the 1950-51 college family proudly take our 
places beside those whose efforts and devotion have 
made the name of Atlantic Christian College one that 
will live in our hearts always. 

Arthur Wenger. 



RAYMOND R. MILLER 

Academic Dean 

On behalf of our faculty, it is my desire to express to 
all and to our Seniors in particular the hope that the 
current expansion in the facilities of Atlantic Christian 
College may be symbolic of the expansion of intellectual 
outlook and interest in all mankind. May your associ- 
ations continue to be as pleasant as ours have been here. 

Raymond R. Miller. 



ROBERT F. WEST 

Dean of Religion 

1 am impressed with the religious and friendly spirit 
of our students. This cooperative spirit is especially 
shown by their concern to deepen the religious life of 
our campus in regard to chapel programs, Religious 
Emphasis Week, and to provide material help for the 
needy. Best wishes to all of you in developing an in- 
formed and unselfish faith in the trying crisis ahead. 

Fred West. 




ADMINISTRATION 




Sarah Bain Ward 
Dean of Women 



Lessie L. Murray 

Dean of A ten 



Perry Case 
Registrar 



Milton Adams 

Business Manager 




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FACULTY 



Raymond R. Miller, A.B., M.A., F.d.D. 

Dean and Professor of Education 

Lessie L. Murray, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Education 

Wallace B. Scherer, B.S., M.A. 
Professor of Psychology 




Cecil A. Jarman, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Religion 

Arthur Daniel Wenger, A.B., B.D. 

Instructor in Religion 

Laurence C. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Instructor in Philosophy 

Robert F. West, A.B., B.D., Ph.D. 
Dean of Religion 

D. Ray Lindley, A.B., M.A., B.D., Ph.D. 
Instructor in Religion 

Thomas P. Inabinett, A.B., M.A. 

Instructor in Religion and Philosophy 







Ola I. Fleming. A.B., M.A. 

Librarian 



Esther Long, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Modern Language 

Carl F. Xiles, A.B., M.A. 
Instructor in Modem language 



Pall E. Tanner, A.B., M.A. 

Professor of Mathematics 




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FACULTY 




Jesse Parker Tyndall, A.B., M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Science 

Donna Miriam Horton, A.B. 

Instructor in Chemistry 

NoelC. Carr, A.B., M.A. 

Professor of Science 



Dorothy D. Eagles, A.B. 
Instructor in English 

Mildred E. Hartsock, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of English 

Doris E. Holsworth, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of English 



C. Lynn Brown, B.M., M.M.I 

Instructor in I 'oice and Piano 

Ray Luke, B.M., M.M. 

Band Instructor 



James P. Hendrick, Jr., A.B. 

Assistant Coach 

Milton L. Adams, A.B. 
Athletic Director 

William J. Crutchfield, Jr., A.B., M.A. 

I lead Coach and Director Physical Ed 'neat ion 

Roberi Kay Reynolds, A.B. 

Assistant Coach and Director Physical Education 

Katherine Lewis Reynolds, A.B., M.A. 

Associate Professor of Physical Education 



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FACULTY 



James P. Hexdrick, Jr., A.B. 
Instructor in Social Science 

C. H. Hamlin, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Professor of Social Scinece 

Laurence C. Smith, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. 

Assistant Professor of Social Science 

Mildred Ross 
Bookkeeper 

Catherine W. Mathis 
Secretary to the President 

William Owens 
Office Clerk 

Bethany Rose Jovner, A.B. 

Secretary to Registrar 



Jean Abbitt Harris, B.S. 

Instructor in Commerce 

Winfred R. Harris, B.C.S., B.S., M.A. 

Professor of Commerce 

Cyrus F. Lee, A.B., J.D. 

Instructor in Commercial Law 

Albert R. Hoffman 

Building and Grounds Superintendent 

Mrs. Albert R. Hoffman 
Dining Hall Hostess 

Mary Wilson 
Nurse 

Ella Taylor 

Dietitian 




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DEPARTMENT HEADS 

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Dr. Raymond R. Miller 

Education 

Dr. Esther Long 
Language 

Dr. C. H. Hamlin 
Social Science 



Dr. Robert F. West 

Religion 

Mr. Xoel C. Carr 
Science 

Mr. R. W. Harriss 

Commerce 



Dr. Mildred li. Hartsock 

English 

Mr. Perry Case 

Fine Arts 

Mr. W. J. Crutchi ield 
Physical Ed //cat ion 



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STUDENT 

COOPERATIVE 
ASSOCIATION 



Since 1936, the government of the college has been com- 
mitted to the Co-operative Association to which all students 
of the college belong. Its affairs arc handled by the Executive 
Board composed of seven students and two faculty members 
elected by the student body and two faculty members appointed 
by the faculty and administration. 

The duties of this board consist of the supervision of the 
finances, entertainments, social life, intramurals, and other 
matters pertaining to the general welfare of the student body. 




"Jack" Allsbrook 

President 



No wood Dunn 

President Men's Dormitory Council 

Ann Bullock Town Student's Representative 

Sara Bain Ward, Lessie L. Murray 

Faculty Rep re sent a fives 

Raymond R. .Miller, Wallace Scherer 

Faculty Representatives 




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Carroll James 

President 




STUDENT 

CHRISTIAN 
ASSOCIATION 

The Student Christian Association is dedicated to promote 
a sense of brotherhood and further the growth of religious 
welfare among all students at Atlantic Christian College. 



Carroll James President 

June Hol ton Secretary 

Opal Roberson Treasurer 

Audrey Jones Chairman of Worship 

Morgan McKinney 

Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week 

Joyce Mallard Chairman of Drives 



Betty Yarbrough Church Coordinator 

Durwood Tyson "]'" Store Manager 

Marjorie Killebrew Associate Member 

Glenn Briggman "Y" Store Manager 

George Taylor Associate Member 

Miss Sarah Bain Ward Faculty Adviser 

Dr. Fred West Faculty Adviser 




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CLASSES 



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UNDER THE ARCHWAYS 

I stopped at the old well in the circle. It was homecoming at A.C.C. October 26, 1980, and the 
warm autumn sun made me eager to linger outside awhile before taking the walkway which led to the 
new science building. In the distance I heard the organ fade away on the notes of the school alma 
mater. Then before I knew it, I had forgotten the miles, the years, and their quantities and was re- 
living the years most precious to me — the years of 1947-1951. 

"Hail, A. C. College, all hail to thee," and after four years of singing our alma mater, we had moved 
on — moved on to put into practice what we had learned here — and yet as we walked down the aisle 
in our dignified robes, we knew for certain that we would never forget. 

Four years! when we entered it seemed an eternity — but the years came and were gone much too 
rapidly. Years that could never come again except as a memory — a picture that could never fade away. 

As freshmen all we could remember were new names and faces — the lines to be stood in, questions 
to be asked. Gradually, we became acquainted with such terms as "Home-coming," "Bohunkus," 
"Y" Store, "Tweeties," classes, chapel, and cuts. Parties and receptions were a welcomed relict 
from Orientation Week. But before we knew it, we had established our bearings — spring had come 
and We were sophomores. That year we had nothing to look forward to except work, study, a few 
dateless dances, and of course, the much-longed-for holidays. Even with all the boredom, the days 
zipped past us and we were packing to leave for the summer vacation. We hated to leave those who 
were graduating and even a parting from those who would return seemed distressing. But, the road 
that led us away soon led us back — and the distressing interruption seemed distressing now only be- 
cause it had come o an end. 

We were soon back in the sw ing of school life and with eager hearts welcomed the hosts of pleasant 
friendships we had made the two years before. The years grew shorter — we had learned the regular 
schedule. A. C. had become "home." In our junior year we were "growing up," and were now helping 
with "Freshman Daze." By the time we were settled, Thanksgiving was upon us, and on our way 
back from the holidays we noticed that Christmas lights had begun to flood the homes and streets. 
We had helped out with "Miss Ward's Children," and then as a climax had gone Christmas carolling 
— then once again we were on our way home for the Christmas vacation. Returning to A. C. was 
terrible; no hing to look forward to except a mountain of work, exam week — a week better forgotten 
than remembered. Then Religious Emphasis Week and spring was upon us. Spring recess, a brief 
but welcomed breathing spell, was the next thing on the calendar and then, of course, May Day. 

The next fall when we registered as seniors, we entered at a time when A. C. was really making 
history. A new girl's dorm — a new library — renovation of Kinsey (our first home), new landscaping, 
and, of course, the memorable inauguration of our new president, Dr. D. Ray Lindley. That year was 
filled with little and big things— plays, concerts, socializing, games, dances — all part of the year — 
with different meaings to each person who knew them. 

It was a crowded and big year which brought change and growth and then was gone again. Memo- 
ries and impressions which can never be taken from us have moulded themselves into a magic year, 
and one more class — (this time the class of 1951) walked through the archways to take its place in 
the world and leave behind the happy college days which can never return — . 

A sudden crowd of people gathering on the di ing hall steps makes me realize the actual time and 
my actual surroundings. I find myself walking down the walkway toward the new Student Union 
Building — and I think I almost chuckled to myself when I remembered — , 



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Ted Ingraham President 

Bobby Tart Vice-President 

Sara Smith Recording Secretary 

Raymond Fleming Treasurer 

Harriet Breeland Corresponding Secretary 

SENIORS 

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MARSHALS 

Martha Lou Williamson 

Chief I ) 

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Johnny Colones 
Lib Coor 




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SENIORS 



Betty Sue Doles Allgood 
Elm City 

Transfer G. C. 3; Delta Sigma 3, 4; F.T.A. 
4; May Court 3; "Miss Homecoming" 4; 
Superlative 4; Elementary Education. 



Robert John Allsbrook 
Rocky Mount 

Football 1, 2, 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. Vice-President 3, 
President 3; Men's Dormitory Council 2, 3; 
President Student Body 4; Chairman Publicity 
of Religious Emphasis Week 3 ; North State 
Student Council 3; Vice-President Junior 
Class 3; Chapel Committee 4; May Court 3; 
Superlative 4; Little All American 3; Who's 
Who's' Who In American Universities and 
Colleges 4, Social Science. 



Frances Love Barnes 
Wilson 

Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4; Town Representative 
Executive Board 2; W.A.A. member 2, 3, 4; 
Elementary Education. 



Joy Mae Bass 
Lucama 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. offic 
matics. 



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Tempie Vincent Bass 

Wilson 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2; Collegiate 
Start 2; Elementary Education. 



Nell Taylor Beaman 
Farmville 

Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Stage and 
Script 2, 3, 4; Christian Service Club 2, 3, 4; 
Glee Club 1, 2; F.T.A. 3, 4; Primary Education. 



Rachel Beaty 

Smithfield 

Circulation Manager for Collegiate 1; Science 
Club 1, 4. 



Alice Reio Berry 
Fairfield 

Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 3; Christian 
Service Club 3; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, His- 
torian 3; Golden Knot 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Stage and Script 3, 4; Woman's 
Dormitory Council 3, 4, President 4; Ex- 
ecutive Board 4; Elementary Education. 




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SENIORS 



Lorene Owens Bowes 
Stantonsburg 

Transfer E.C.T.C. 2; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4; 
Elementary Education. 



Theodore Bowen 
Stantonsburg 

Veteran's Club I; Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4, 
Vice-President 4; Mathematics, 



Charles Boykin 
Black Creek 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, ?, 4; Mathematics. 



Alberta B. Brasweli. 

Micro 
Elementary Education 



Harriet Elizabeth Breeland 
Holly Hill, S. C. 

Transfer Transylvania College, Lexington, 
Ky 4; Glee Club 4; Concert Committee 4; 
Chapel Committee 4; Corresponding Secre- 
tary Senior Class 4; Music. 



Helen Owens Brut 
Fremont 
Science Club 2; Science. 



David O. Br\ an, Jr. 
Mount Olive 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3. 4, Chaplain 3, Secretary 
4, Men's Dormitory Council 4, Vice-Presi- 
dent 4; Baseball I, 2, Intramural Activities 
I, 2, 3, 4. Mathematics. 



Ann Bullock 

Wilson 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 
4; Golden Knot Honor Society 3, 4, Executive 
Board 4; Glee Club 3; Girls' Chorus 3; Pan 
Hellenic Council 4; W'.A.A. member 4; 
Superlative 4; Who's Who in American Uni- 
versities and Colleges 4; Elementary Education. 




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SENIORS 



Sigma Alpha 



Thomas Chase 

Eureka 
4; Social Science. 



Johnnie T. Colones 

Wilson 

Transfer UNC 3; Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4, 
Treasurer 3, Sgt. at Anus 4; Collegiate Staff 
3, 4, Sport's Kditor 4; Pine Knot Staff 4; 
Marsha! 3, 4, Science Club 4, F.T.A. 4; 
Bulldog Booster Club 4; Social Science. 



Joseph Rudolph Connor 

Lewiston 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Coun- 
cil 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Science. 



Mary Elizabeth Coor 

Goldsboro 

Christian Service Club 1 ; Stage and Script 
1,3. 4; Glee Club 1,2; Collegiate Staff 1,2, 3; 
Pine Knot Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 4; 
Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3. 4, Treasurer 2; Women's 
Dormitory Council 2, 3, Vice-President 3; 
Debating Team 2; Golden Knot Honor So- 
ciety 2, 3, 4, President 4; Secretary Cooper- 
ative Association 3, Vice-President 4; Marshal 
2, 4, Superlative 4; Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges 4; English. 



Laurice Lee Daniels 
Atlantic 

Christian Service Club I, 2; Phi Delta Gamma 

2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Corresponding Secretary 

3, Reporter 3; Pine Knot Staff 3, 4, Business 
Manager 4; Science Club 3, 4; Murray Hall 
Council 3, Secretary- Treasurer 3; English. 



Emma 



Lillian Deans 

Wilson 



Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4. Vice-President 
Hellenic Council 3; English. 



Pan 



Mei.vin O'Neal Dennis 
Durham 

Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 
3, 4. Intramural Activities 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity 
football 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Science. 



Jean Stuart Dew 

Wilson 

Transfer G. C. 3; Sigma Tail Chi 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Elementary Education. 



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Forrest Hubert Deshielus 

Bclarthur 



Varsity Footbal 
"A" Club 2, 3, 
Social Science. 



2, 3; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; 
4, Murray Hall Council 3; 



Helen Virginia Dickens 

Wilson 

Transfer Wake Forest College 2; Delta Sigma 
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; Chairman May Day 3; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Elementary Education. 



Jane Dudley 
Kinston 



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linstian Service Club 1, 2, 3; Women's 
Dormitory Council 2; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, 
Chaplain 3, Treasurer 4; Sigma Phi Alpha 
3, 4; Collegiate Staff 2, Circulation Manager 2; 
English. 



Norwood C. Dunn 
Selma 

Science Club I, 2, 3, 4, Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4; 
Christian Service Club 1,2; Men's Dormitory 
Council 3, 4, President 4; Executive Board 4; 
Stage and Script 1, 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 3; Sigma 
Pi Alpha 3,4; Science. 



William Andrew Edmundson 
Oriental 

Transfer UNC 3; Veteran's Club 1; Phi 
Kappa Alpha 3, 4, Vice-President 4; F.T.A. 
4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Super- 
lative 4; Social Science. 



M irion Ennis 

l.rwin 
Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4. 



Francis Russell Fisher 
Oriental 

Transfer State College 2; Phi Kappa Alpha 
2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; Science. 



Raymond Stanley Fleming 
Robersonville 

Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Treasurer 
Senior Class; Intramural Activities 2, 3, 4; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4; Superlative 4; Mathe- 
matics. 



SENIORS 



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Jane Gardner 

Wilson 
Transfer Converse; Elementary Education. 



Steve Gliarmis 
Wilson 



Cheerleader 4. 



David Graham Green 
Rock Ridge 

Veteran's Club 1; Baseball 1; Murray Hall 
Council 1, 2, 3; Men's Dormitory Council 
2, 3; Pan Hellenic Council 2, 3; Sigma Alpha 
2, 3, 4, President 4; "A" Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 
Team 1, 2; Varsity football 2, 3, 4; Social 
Science. 



Lawrence Green 
Creswell 

Transfer Louisburg; English and Bible. 



Jean Strickland Hackney 
Wilson 

Transfer St. Mary's 3; Glee Club 3; F.T.A. 
3, 4, Vice-President 4; Social Committee 4; 
Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; Elementary Education. 



Roger Kenington Haselden 

Johnsonville, S. C. 

Transfer Coker College 3; Varsity Footbal 
and Basketball 3, 4; Social Science. 



Betsy Hayes 
Wilson 

Transfer Salem College (2); F.T.A. 3, 4, 
Recording Secretary 4; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4, 
President 4; Bulldog Booster Club 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 3; Elementary Education. 



J. F. Hockaday 

Wilson 
Mathematics. 



SENIORS 




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SENIORS 



Chester Paul Hollingsworth 
Erwin 
English, 

Jack Maurice Hoi. ton 
Wilmington 

Christian Service Club 1,2, 3,4, Vice-President 
2, President 3; Student Christian Association 
Cabinet 3; Stage and Script 3, 4; Phi Delta 
Gamma 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Treasurer 5; 
Men's Dormitory Council 3; K.T.A. 3; 
Science Club 1,2; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; Glee 
Club 1; Men's Chorus 3; Religion. 



Marilyn White Hudson 

Wilson 

Stage and Script 1, 
2, 3, 4, President 3, Reporter 2 
Booster Club 3, 4; Cheerleader 4; 
Staff 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 
Club I ; Elementary Education. 



3, 4; Sigma Tau Chi 

Bulldog 

Collegiate 

4; Glee 



Theodore N. Ingraham, Ju. 
Dunn 

Transfer Campbell 3; Student Assistant Coach 
3; Sigma Alpha 3, 4, Secretary 4; Assistant 
Intramural Director 4; Athletic Equipment 
Manager 4; President Senior Class; President 
Athletic Official Association 4; Science. 



Ai.vtn King James 

Wallace 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, President 3; May 
King 4; Social Science. 



Carroll Camden James 

Faison 

Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice- 
President 3, Chaplain 3, Historian 4; President 
Methodist Student Movement 2; Student 
Christian Association Cabinet 3, 4, Treasurer 
3, President 4; "Y" Store Manager 3; World 
Federalists 3, Treasurer 3; Religion. 



Rubeli.e James 
Winterville 
Elementary Education. 



-Evelyn Garnett Jenkins 

Littleton 



Science Club 2, 3, 4; Gl< 
3, 4; Elementary Education. 



Club 1; F.T.A. 




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SENIORS 



Hugh D. Johnson 
Four Oaks 
Sigma Alpha 3, 4. 

Willie R. Johnson 
Rose Hill 

Transfer Campbell 3; Phi Delta Gamma 3, 4, 
I reasurer 4; Science. 

Sherwood Jones 
Selma 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4. 

Robert Gerald Jones 

Edwards 

Cheerleader 1; Phi Delta Gamma 2, 5, 4, 
House President 3; Men's Dormitory Council 
5, 4; Male Chorus 3; Glee Club 2, 3; Stage 
and Script I, 2, 3, 4; Pine Knot Staff 2; 
F.T.A. 3; Intramural Activities I, 2, 3, 4; 
Science. 

XV. Douglas Joyner 
Goldsboro 



I ransler Louisburg 3 
Football Manager 3; 
3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 4; 



Sigma Alpha 3, 4; 
Intramural Activities 
MiUli an J Science. 



Joseph Iradell Joyner 
Wilson 

I ransfer State College 3; Sigma Alpha 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4, Captain and Manager ot Sigma 
Alpha Intramural Activities 3; Science Club 
4, Treasurer 4, Collegiate Start 4; Math and 
Science. 

Kerry Prentice Kicklighter 
Glenville, Ga. 

President Freshman Class; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Male Chorus 1,3; May Court 3; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4; Business Manager Pine Knot 
3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil 2, 3; A Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Horse- 
shoe Champion 1,3; Mathematics. 

Marjorie Marie Killebrew 
Fountain 

Christian Service Club 1, 2, Secretary 2; 
Student Christian Association Cabinet 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2, President 3; Stage and Script 

1, 2, Vice-President 2; Collegiate Staff I, 2, 
Associate Editor 2; Concert Committee 2; 
World Federalists 1, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Tau 2, 
3, 4, President 3; Representative State Student 
Legislature 3 ; Golden Knot Honor Society 

2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Treasurer 
Women's Dormitory Council 3; Editor Pine 
Knot 4; Superlative 4; Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges 4; Waters' Religion 
Cup 3; Mathematics and English. 



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Mary Lou Lassiter 
Four Oaks 

Stage and Script 2; Pine Knot Staff 2; W.A.A. 
3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Sigma Tau 
Chi 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 3; May Court 3; Pan Hellenic 
Council 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 3, 4; Elementary 
Education. 



Connor Praise Lee 
Hobgood 

Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4; Treasurer Junior Class; 
Secretary-Treasurer Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil 3; Treasurer Student Co-operative As- 
sociation 4; Bulldog Booster Clul) 4; Pine 
Knot Staff 4; President Pan Hellenic Council 
4; Superlative 4; Mathematics. 



Max Lee 
Benson 
Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4, Social Science. 



Martin VanBuren Lee 

Pantego 
Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Social Science. 



Eugene Barnes Lucas 
Lucama 

Assistant Manager Basketball 1; Manager Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Sigma Alpha 2, 3, 4; K.T.A. 
3, 4, Reporter 4; Pan Hellenic Council 2, 3; 
Men's Dormitory Council 4, Treasurer 4; 
Assistant Baseball Manager 2, 3; Social Science. 



Leonard Wooten Mann 
Walstonlmrg 

Glee Club; Male ('horns 1, 2; Christian 
Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Religion. 



Peggy Mason 
Wilson 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 3; May Court 
3; Elementary Education. 



Annie Elizabeth Merritt 
\\ ilmington 

Sigma Tau Chi 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Glee Club 
1, W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Education. 



SENIORS 



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Jobe Coy Metts, Jr. 
Richlands 



Mathematics. 



Patricia Drake Mewborn 
Taylorville, 111. 

Transfer Illinois Wesleyan 3; Science Club 
3, 4; F.T.A. 4; Science. 



Alonzo McLawhorn 
Hookerton 



Social Science. 



Alvin Lloyd Narron, Jr. 
Middlesex 

Phi Kappa Alpha 4; Intramural Basketball I; 
Mathematics. 



Maynell Nichols 
Sims 

Transfer E.C.T.C. 2; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 
Reporter 3; Glee Club 3; Girl's Chorus 
Elementary Education. 



Clinton Ousley 

Lillington 

Transfer Campbell College 3; Stage and Script 
3; F.T.A. 3; Murray Hall Council 3, 4; 
Men's Dormitory Council 4; Sigma Alpha 
3, 4; Mathematics. 



Walter McKinley Patterson 
Rocky Mount 

Transfer Wake Forest College 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent Murray Hall 2; Men's Dormitory Coun- 
cil 2, President 3; President Junior Class; 
Executive Board 3; Marshal 3, 4; "A" Club 
3, 4; Sigma Alpha 3, 4, President 4; Intra- 
mural Sottball Champions 3, Volleyball 3, 
Basketball 3; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; Men's 
Quartet 3; Science Club 3, 4; Golden Knot 
Honor Society 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; 
May Court 3; Men's Doubles Tennis Cham- 
pionship_ 3; Men's Single Tennis Champion 
3: Who's Who in American Universities and 



Colleges 4; Science. 



Naomi Perry 
Cofield 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Women's Dormitory Council 3; 
English. 



SENIORS 




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SENIORS 



English. 



Charles Phillips 

Saratoga 



Anna Jean Poole 
Kins ton 



Stage ami Script I; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Vice- 
President 3; Pan Hellenic Council 3; House 
President New Dormitory 4; Superlative 4; 
Science. 



Wn ham 1 .. Register 
Rose Hill 

Transfer Campbell College 5; Phi Delta 
Gamma 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Mathematics. 



Edi;ar Renkrow 
Kcnly 
Phi Kappa Alpha 3, 4; Mathematics 



Albert Sauls 

Eureka 

Religion. 



O. H. Shaffer 

Sacremento Valley, California 

F.T.A. 3, 4; Stage and Script 3, 4; Social 
Science. 



Madison Smith 
Wintcrville 
Science Club 4; Science. 



Sara Frances Smith 
Wilson 

Transfer Salem College 1 ; Phi Sigma Tau 
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Secretary Senior Class; 
May Court 3; English. 




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SENIORS 



Peggy Sedalia Smith 
Eureka 

Transfer E.C.T.C. 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' Chorus 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; Science Club 2, 3, 
4, Treasurer 3; Sigma Tau Chi 2, 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 2, Treasurer 3; Pine Knot Staff 2, 3; 
Social Committee 4; Women's Dormitory 
Council 4, Secretary 4; Superlative 4; May 
Queen 4; English. 



George Jack Spirtos 
Wilson 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Sgt. at Arms 3; 
Basketball 3; Football 4; May Day 3; Band 
3 ; Social Studies. 



Dorothy Spruill 
Oriental 

Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, E.T.A. 4; 
Elementary Education. 



C. Brantley Strickland 

Goldsboro 

Men's Dormitory Council 4; Mathematics. 



Robert Earl Tart 
Dunn 

"A" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Phi Kappa 
Alpha 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 4; Basketball 1, 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Vice-President Senior 
Class; Intramural Captain Phi Kappa Alpha 
4; May Court 3; Collegiate Staff 3; Super- 
lative 4; Social Studies. 



Roy Stephens Tart 
Dunn 

Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, Trcsaurcr 4, His- 
torian 3, President 4; Varsity Baseball 1 ; 
Varsity Basketball I, 3, 4; Social Studies. 



George Hoover Taylor 
Winston-Salem 

Y Store Manager 1; Male Chorus 3; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Phi Kappa Alpha 2, 3, 4, 
Historian 2, Secretary 3, Chaplain 3; Student 
Christian Association Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Sigma 
Pi Alpha 4; Christian Service Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Collegiate Staff' 4; Stage and Script 1, 4; Bull- 
dog Booster Club 3, 4, President 4; Cheer- 
leader 2; Religion. 



English 



Glenn Watson 
Wilson 



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Robert Harold Walker 
Goldsboro 

Mathematics. 



Mary Lee Warren 
Newton Grove 

Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; F.T.A. 4, Christian Service 
('lull 4; Elementary Education. 



William J. Waters 
Bath 

Christian Service Club I, 2, 3, 4, President 3; 
Stage and Script 1, 2, ', 4; Student Chris- 
tian Association Cabinet 3; Golden Knot 
Honor Society 3, 4; Debating Team 3, 4, 
President 3, Delegate D.S.F. Convention 
in Dcs Moines, Iowa 3; Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Universities an J Colleges 4; English ami Re- 
ligion. 



William Grant Webber 
Goldsboro 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Mathematics. 



Jasper Thomas Wells 
Elm City 

Transfer State College 3; Sigma Alpha 3, 4; 
Science. 



Ben C. Wethington 
Eureka 

Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Science ('lull 4, F.T.A. 4; 
Science. 



Robert McFarland Wheeler 

Oxford 

Veteran's Club 1; Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4 ; 
Glee Club 3, 4; Male Chorus 3; Hand 3, 4, 
Social Science. 



Rachel Burnelle White 
Williamston 

Delta Sigma 2. 3, 4; Stage and Script 1, 2. 3, 4, 
President 4; Christian Service Club 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Glee Club 4; Who's Who in American 

Universities and Colleges 4; English. 



SENIORS 



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Martha Lou Williamson 
Rock Ridge 

Transfer W.C.U.N.C. 3; Phi Sigma Tau 3, 4, 
President 4; F.T.A. 4; Marshal 3, 4, Chief 4; 
Pan Hellenic Council 4, Elementary Education. 



Robert Wilkerson 
Pantego 
Phi Delta Gamma 2, 3, 4; Mathematics. 



Margaret Bell Winstead 

Wilson 

W.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Captain 3, 
Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4, Chaplain 2, Historian 
4; Science Club 3. 4; Pine Knot Staff 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Elementary Edu- 
cation. 



Jo Maxwell Whitley 

Wilson 

Transfer Pteiffcr Junior College 2; W.A.A. 2; 
English. 



Irene Elizabeth Yarbrough 

Winston-Salem 

Christian Service Club 1, 2, 3. Secretary 1; 
Phi Sigma Tau 2, 3, 4; May Court 3; Bulldog 
Booster Club 3; Pine Knot Staff 2, 3, 4; 
Student Christian Association Cabinet 4; 
Elementary Education. 



Ri in Johnson Bl i ler 
Rocky Mount 

Transfer Duke 2; Delta Sigma 3, 4; F.T.A. 
3, 4; English. 



Neil M. Carlton 
Warsaw 

Transfer Campbell College 3; Intramural 
Activities 3, 4; Baseball 3. 4; Men's Dor- 
mitory Council 4; Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Science. 



Virginia Emily Harrell 
Wilson 

Glee Club 1, 4; Science Club 3, 4, President 
4; Christian Service Club 1,2, 3, 4; Bulldog 
Booster Club 4; Pine Knot Staff" 2, 3 4 
Collegiate Staff 2, 3, 4; Sigma Pi Alpha 4, 
Stage and Script 1,2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 4; W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Elementary Education and Social 
Science. 



SENIORS 




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SENIORS 



Alton Pugh Hii.i . Jk. 
Kinston 



Religion. 



Rudolph Hii.i. 
Wilson 



Mathematics. 



David Thomas Jones 

Warsaw 

Transfer Louisburg College; Phi Delta Gamma 
3,4; Science. 



John Newton 

Dunn 

Transfer Campbell College 3; Social Science. 



John Hamilton Saw i in 
Bryson City 

Transfer Louisburg College 3; Social Science 
and Science. 



James W. Taylor 
Snow Hill 



Janei Farley Taylor 
Smithfield 

Transfer W.C.U.N.C. 3; Delta Sigma 3, 4, 
President 4; Glee Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4, 
Corresponding Secretary 3 ; North State- 
Student Council 4; Who's Who in American 
Universities and Colleges 4; Primary Education. 



English. 



Bruce Whitley 

1 l.irkers Island 




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SUPERLATIVES 




WHO'S WHO AMONG 
UNIVERSITIES 




MARY ELIZABETH (X)OR 
Goldsboro 

BERNELLE WHITE 
Williamston 



WALTER PATTERSON 

Rocky Mount 

WILLIAM WATERS 
Bath 



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STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
AND COLLEGES 




JANET TAYLOR 
Smithfield 

MARJORIE M. KILLEBRE W 

Fountain 



ANN BULLOCK 
Wilson 

ROBERT J. ALLSBROOK 

Rocky Mount 



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MARSHALS 

Fred Boyce 
Nancy Johnston 



JUNIORS 




Fred Boyce 

President 

Guy Elliott 
I "ice-President 



Margaret Brown 
Secretary 

Henry Woodarij 
Treasurer 



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iiitfiUi 



Top roii\ left to right: 






Carolyn Ballance 






Fremont 


Second row: 




Barbara Banks 


Fred Boyce 




Wilson 


GrimcsIanJ 


Third row: 


William Beamon 
W ilson 


Margaret Brown 


James J. Clark 


Jamesville 


Wilson 


Beth Bissette 
Bailey 


Earl Butler 


Roy Coggins 


Rocky Mount 


Sanford 


Virginia Bobbitt 
Zebulon 


Thomas Callahan 


Alton Dale 


Chelsea, Mass. 


Grifton 




Geraldine Carroll 


Thomas DeVaux 




Kenly 


United, Penn. 


JUNIORS 




Ethel Draper 
Kenly 



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Top row, left to right: 

Douglas Driver 
Wilson 

James P. Early 
Portsmouth, \ a. 

Guv Elliott 
Kinston 

Ann Etheridge 
Whitakers 

John Flowers 
Kenlv 



JUNIORS 



Second row: 

Paul Grady 
Mt. Olive 

Dorothy Gregory 

Goldsboro 

R VY ( iODWIN 

Wilson 

BuRNICE GuRLEY 

Goldsboro 

Laura Gurley 

Goldsboro 



Third row: 

Marie Harper 
Deep Run 

Thurman Harwooo 
Whiteville 

Virginia Hauser 
Phafftown 

Jo Ann High 
Wilson 

Charlie Hussey 
Wilson 



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First 



Norman Ingrah am 
Dunn 


Second row: 


JUNIORS 


Carroll Jackson 
Newton Grove 


Nancy Johnston 
Wilson 


Third row: 


Sam Jenkins, Jr. 
Walstonburg 


Audrey Jones 
Snow Hill 


Charles Mewborn 
Wilson 


Marjorie Jennette 


Wokley A. King 


John B. Moore 


Micro 


Four Oaks 


Wilson 


J. O. Jernigan 
Spring Hope 


Allie Lee 

Arapahoe 


Fletcher McCoy 

Cove City 




Donald Mallard 
Rose Hill 


Paul McCrary 
Lexington 

Morgan McKinney 
Englehard 



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First row: 

M:i.ton Noweix 
Wendell 


Second row: 


JUNIORS 


George T. Oliver, Jr. 
Greensboro 


Dorcas Pineiro 
Ponce, Puerto Rico 


Third row: 


Larry Parler 
Bonneaus, S. C. 


Leroy Pittman 
Pine Level 


Alfred Richardson 
Selma 


Donald Perry 

Wilson 


Lee Po i 1 1 k 
Kinston 


WlLl i \.\i Rich \rdson 
Kenly 


Thurman Phillips 
Wilson 


Sherwood Raw is 

Robersonvillc 


Jesse Riggs 
Bayboro 




Theola Register 


Opal Roberson 




Glinton 


Washington 

Mani.ey Sanderson 
Rose Hill 




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J V / ./ / 




First row: 

Johnnie Sawyer 
Jamesville 

Phoebe Shackleiord 
Saratoga 

X. S. Stevens 
Smithfield 

Calvin Stokes 
Greenville 

Eugene Sweat 
Harperville, Va. 



Second row: 

Jean Tucker 
Chicod 

Willie Weaver 
Fremont 

Henry Woodard 
Wilson 



Robert Brinkley, Jr. 

Wilson 

William Brown 
McDonald 

John Britt 
Fremont 

John Creech 
Selma 

Eugene Curlin 
Wilson 



JUNIORS NOT PICTURED 

Sam Everhar i 
Wilson 

Fred Grady 

Kenly 

Walter Johnson 

Seven Springs 

William Julian 
Lakedale 



John Rowland 
Louisburg 

Nick Siganos 
Chelsea, Mass. 

Mary C. Stroud 
Pink Hill 

Murther L. Tyndall 
Snow Hill 

Edward N. Warren 
Stokes 

JUNIORS 



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\ Ierbert Ross 


M 


akv Lois Griffin 


President 




Secretary 


Edwin Alston 




Robert Horne 


I Ice-President 




Treasurer 



SOPHOMORES 




A1ARSHALS 

Jacksie High 
Roger Holioman 



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SOPHOMORES 



First row, left to right: 

Elizabeth Adams, Henderson; Lester Adams, Greenville; Edwin Alston, Wilson, Wilbur Ballcnger, 
Columbia, S. C; T. J. Barrett, Skippers, Va. 

Second row: 

Jeurlene Bartholomew, Henderson; Glenn Briggman, Columbia, S. C; George Brinson, Araphaoc; 
J. T. Boone, Black Creek; Catherine Brown, Dunn. 

Third row: 

Geraldine Corbett, Zebulon; Doane Cottle, Rose Hill; Mildred Creech, Kenly; Betsy Daniels, Wilson; 
Harold Deans W ilson. 

Fourth row: 

Joseph Dennis, Durham; William J. Eason, Tarboro; Milburn Felton, Macclesfield; David Finch, 
Bail y; Mary Lois Griffin, Elm City. 




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SOPHOMORES 



First row, left to right: 

Bobby Guy, Raleigh; Al Hardison, Arapahoe; Joyce Harrell, Wilson; Lester Herring, Snow Hill; 
Jackie High, Wilson. 

Second row: 

Welton High, Sims; David Holder, Jr., Goldsboro; Emily Holland, Dunn; Andrew Holliday, |ames- 
ville; June Holton, Wilmington. 

Third row: 

Bobby Home, Wilson; Chester A. Hunt, Stantonsburg; Charlotte Hurst, Wilson; Reid Ingraham, 
Dunn; Charlie King, Wilson. 

Fourth row: 

Henry King, Jr., Turkey; William S: Knight, Jr., Wilson; Edward B. Lane, Hertford; Robert Lewis, 
Wilson; Graham Liles, Wilson. 




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First row: 

Rom Llewellyn, Wilson; Silas Lucas, Lucama; Michael Malavasic, Wilson; Joyce Mallard, Trenton; 
Warren Mallard, Trenton. 

Second row: 

Jackie Mallison, Wilson; Donald Marcus, Wilson; Raymond Mires; Rocky Mount; lames P Morris, 
Vanceboro; Barbara Mozingo, Greenville. 

Third row: 

Mac McBride, Lexington; Roland McCoy, Cove City; Artis Narrin, Kenly; Franklin Xarron, Mid- 
dlesex; Robert Paschall, Wilson. 

Fourth row: 

Nellie Rae Pridgen, Wilson; Oliver Rand, Wilson; Fred Renfrow, Kenly; Allen 1). Ross, New Bern; 
Janice Sharpe, Wilson. 



SOPHOMORES 



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SOPHOMORES 



First row, left to right: 

Jodie Strickland, Middlesex; Craven Sumerall, Dover; Cohen P. Tart, Dunn; Alex Taylor, Stantons- 
burg; Margie Taylor, Lucama. 

Second row: 

Joan Thorne, Elm City; Imogene Turner, Lucama; Durwood Tyson, Greenville; Martha Webster, 
Pinetown; Harold B. Wells, Rose Hill. 

Third row: 

William S. Wells, Rose Hill; Amos Westbrook, Newton Grove; Christine Williamson, Rock Ridge; 
Josephine Williamson, Wilson; Mary S. Williford, Walstonburg. 

Fourth row: 

May Wilson, Wilson Mills; Constance Womble, Wilson; Robert Wooten, Wilson. 




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"> %e Widi asiekuLcuf,' 




FRESHMEN 



Gilbert Ferrell 

President 



Janet Grimes 

Secretary 



Warren Barnes 

\ T ice-President 



Carl Jones 
Treasurer 




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FRESHMEN 

Nancy Allen, Greenville 
Donnel Alphin, Mt. Olive 
Robert Bennett, Macclesfield 
Robert Lee Bowers, Morchead City 



Elizabeth Britt, La Grange 
Marie Britt, Clinton 
Eugene Brasswell, Micro 
Sue Brooks, Wilson 



Louise Browning, Farboro 
Frank Cole, Clayton 
Armond Colombo, Brockton, Mass. 
Janie Creel, Seven Springs 



Michael Cudse, Wilson 
Lula J. Curlin, Wilson 
Lloyd Dale, Springfield, Mass. 
Alice Daniels, Fremont 



William H. Draughn, Wilson 
Henry Edmundson, Pikeville 
S. Tim Ellen, Wilson 
L. Howard Fllis, Wintcrvillc 



Robert C. Frazier, 1 lenderson 
Gilbert Ferrell, Wilson 
Margaret Gay, Wilson 
Arline ( leline, Wilson 



I lerbert W, Gibbs.Wilson 
Stephen T, Godwin, Goldsboro 
John L. Gray, Jr., Kinston 
George Graves, Snow Hill 



Edna I,. Harden, Trenton 
Malcolm L. Herring, Wilson 
Robert Lee Holley, Wilson 
Walter Hood, Bonncau, S. C. 




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FRESHMEN 

Robert C. Hope, Clinton 
Barbara Hutchins, Winston-Salem 
Aubrey Jackson, Black Creek 
Lloyd Jackson, Black Creek 



Eloise James, Wallace 
Carl Jones, Smithfield 
.Mar)- Jordan, W'haleyville, Va. 
Robert Kennedy, Goldsboro 



Jerry King, Wade 
Augustine Kirby, W ilson 
Felix Labaki, Wilson 
Adrain Lamm, Spring Hope 



James T. Lamm, Wilson 

Venus Lamm, Spring Hope 

Bertie Lee, Dunn 

Catherine Long, Staftordsville, Va. 



Alexander McGowen, Wilson 
Kenneth Mattox, Wilson 
Xan Mattox, Wendell 
Ernest Mayes, Raleigh 



Betsy Miller, Wilson 
Ann Morgan, Wilson 
Lois Ann Moore, Aydcn 
Alfred Morris, Kenly 



Peter Moskos, Wilson 
Christine Murrary, Lucama 
Irene Murrary, Lucama 
LI wood Narron, Lucama 



Hester Narron, Middlesex 
Dennis Nickols, Sims 
Gloria Norris, Wilson 
Joyce Oliver, Goldsboro 



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FRESHMEN 

Mary Ann Oliver, Pint- Level 
Evelyn Parker, Four Oaks 
Levi Parker, Sims 
Atlas Pate, Beulaville 



David Pennington, Lucama 
James Perkins, Wendell 
Clarence M. Perry, Wilson 
Aaron R. Philyaw, Trenton 



William R. Pierce, Kenly 
James Pinkham, Washington 
Battle Pittman, Wilson 
Jessie Quinerly, Grifton 



Mickey G. Raynor, Wilson 
Tommy Rhodes, Pink Hill 
Wanda Reid Simpson, Ocracokc 
William C. Slavin, Rocky Mount 



Billy Smith, Eureka 
Carolyn Smith, Fremont 
Dorothy Smith, Walstonburg 

Ray Speight, Snow Hill 



Maxine Stanley, Smithfield 
Dorothy Tiylor, Waycross, (ia. 
Raymond Tissot, Brooklyn, N. V. 
Louis Todd, Wendell 



Billy Tomlinson, Wilson 
June Tomlinson, Grifton 
Patricia Trusselle, Nashville 
\ lulda Turner, Enfield 



\\ ilbur Turner, Wilson 

Jean Westbrook, Kinston 
Thelma White, Belvidere 
Aileen Whitehead, Flm Citv 



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FRESHMEN 




Joyce VYilkerson, Wilson 
Lucille Windley, Pantego 
Joseph Woodwbrth, Erwin 



Pernecy Yelverton, Fremont 
Buck Cowling, Wilson 
.Matthew Kemp, Rocky Mount 



COMMERCIALS 




Top row, left to right: 

Mildred Allen, Lucama; Peggy Barefoot, Clinton; Jean Bass, Lucama; Sherwood Batchelor, Wilson; 
Thelma Bazemore, Corield; Rebecca Collins, Reidsville. 

Second raw: 

Joyce Corbett, Farmville; Brinkley Crisp, Macclesfield; Dorothy Deshields, Wilson; Eleanor Dick- 
inson, Kenly; Ann Duncan, Clayton; Barbara Farmer, Bailey. 

Third row: 

Mae Felton, Macclesfield; Dolores Godwin, Wilson; Janet Grimes, Portsmouth, Va.; Fthcl Hardee, 
Battleboro; Betty Sue Harris, Greenville; Evelyn Heath, Mt. Olive. 



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COMMERCIALS 




Top row, left to riglit: 

Marguerite Hinnant, Goldsboro; Mary Lucas, Wilson; Wilma Massengill, Four Oaks; Juanita Mit- 
chell, Kenly; Pauline Narron, Middlesex; Emma Raynor, Newton Grove. 

Second row. 

Edith Speight, Wilson; Eunice Smith, Whitakers; Sarah 'Tart, Four Oaks; Jean Taylor, Jacksonville; 

Linda Taylor, Greenville; Altha Jean Warren, Newton Grove. 

Third row: 

Janet Weeks, Smithricld; Martha Jo Westray, Enfield; Anita Williams, Wilson; Marguerite Woodard, 
Princeton; Rebecca Wootcn, Fountain. 

NURSES AND SPECIALS 




Top row, left to right: 

Ruth Bartlett, La Grange; Elsie Brown, Selma; Maxine Joyncr, Rocks- Mount; Pansy Leonard, Louis- 
burg; Evelyn Mann, Walstonburg; Doris Millard, Mt. Olive. 

Second row: 

Hilda Morris, Selma; Margaret Rowe, Louisburg; Marceile Sawyer, Alliance; Rose Speight, Black 

Creek; Albert Coatcs, Smithricld; Edith Rideout, Wilson. 



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SNAPS 




1. Timeout! 2. Ah! Me! 3. Come up to see me sometime! 4. Buddies! 5. We ain't fooling' 6 Petite 1 7 Any 
resemblance— intentional! K. Her favorite! 9. You tell me! 10. Patience or intelligence? 1 1. Jolson sings! 12. Must 
be love! 13. Ugh! 14. Can't stand it! 15. Lucky day! 16. Wonder what they saw? 17 lO- 1 ^ 1 IS THE 
THING!! 



ACTIVITIES 



'In the volume whose sublime chapters 
are headed with proud capitals, You 
are the titles and you catch the eve." 

— L'AlGLON. 




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Editor. Marjorie Killebrew 

Associate Editor Lib Coor 

Business Manager Laurice Daniels 

Photography Editors. ... Connor Lee, 

Ray Tissot 
Art Editor.... :.v,:.;...Fred Boyce 



Marjorie Killebrew 
Editor 














Jtjff 





h»i 




Laurice Daniels 
Business Manager 




Staff: Virginia Harrell, Jean Bass, Joyce Wilkerson, Morgan McKinney, Betty Yor- 
brough, Marjorie Jennette, Catherine Long, Lib Adams, Johnnie Colones, Margaret 
Winstead, Virginia Hauser. 



Homecoming 
Day 



The Collegiate 



Presidential 
Jnaugration 



lion i Oclftbi 



Sixth President Inaugurated November 1 
Stage And Script To Give Three- Act Play 

Dr. Denton Ray Lindley 
Inducted \t A. C. College 



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Business- Manager 

Beth Bissette Editor 

Fred Bovce Associate Editor 

Johnny Colones Sports Editor 

N. S. Stevens Assistant Sports Editor 

Mickey Raynor Girls' Sports 

\\\\ Wilson, Virginia Hauser . Feature Editors 
Larry Parler Business Manager 



Beth Bissette 
Editor 

Marilyn Hudson . . .Assistant Business Manager 

George Taylor . .Circulation Manager 

Catherine Brown Typist 

Reporters: Lib Coor, June Holton, Christine 
Williamson, Virginia Harrell, Joyce Harrell, 
I'd Alston, Ronald Tuton, Doug Joyner, Al 
Hardison, Bobby Home. 



GOLDEN KNOT HONOR SOCIETY 



For two years prior ro 1938, there existed on the campus of Atlantic Christian College an 
organization for women, known as the Alpha Delta Chi Honor Society. On May 5, 1938, 
this organization joined with a newly-formed Men's Honor Society in creating a new organi- 
zation, known as the Golden Knot Honor Society. 

Since Golden Knot came into existence, it has striven to promote high ideals, not only among 
its own members, but also among the student body as a whole. Perhaps the outstanding- 
project that the organization has undertaken was that ot sponsoring a scholarship for a foreign 
student. The organization felt that this gesture was in keeping with promoting the cause of 
learning on our campus. 

Golden Knot is more than a service organization, however. Membership is an honor — 
an award for outstanding achievement in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. 

In choosing its members, the society looks for people who have made noticeable achieve- 
ments in learning, exemplified good moral character, served the college and their fellow stu- 
dents, and demonstrated ability to lead. To be eligible for membership, the candidate must 
have been on the campus for three preceding semesters and must have averaged a 2.0 under 
the present grading system, 

Fach spring Golden Knot holds its annual "tapping" ceremony, at which time the new 
members selected on the four qualifications, scholarship, service, leadership, and character, 
are tapped into membership. Golden Knot is the only honorary society on the campus of 
Atlantic Christian College. 




Members: Lib Coor, President; Walter "Pat" Patterson. Secretary-Treasurer; Fred Boyce; Alice Berry, Jimmy 
Fox, Jr.; Connor Lee; Bill Waters; Opal Roherson; Beth Bissette; Ann Bullock; Marjorie Killebrew. Ad- 
visers: J. P. Tyr.dall; Dorothy Eagles. 



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Representatives: May Wilson. Audrey Jones, Mane Harper, Evelyn Heath, Jeurlene Bartholomew. 



WOMEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 



The Women's Dormitory Council is the judicial and executive body which governs the 
activities of the dormitory girls. They strive to promote an atmosphere conducive to better 
welfare of the girls, and to maintain unity and honor among those residing on the campus- 



OFFICERS 

Alice Berry President 

Anna Jean Poole House President 

Sedalia Sim i h Secretary 

Margaret Brown Treasurer 



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MEN'S DORMITORY COUNCIL 



The primary concern of the Men's Dormitory Council is the welfare and discipline of the 
men students. It has been organized since the 1947-48 school term for these purposes. 



OFFICERS 

Norwood Dunn President 

David Bryan Vice-President 

Clinton Ousi.ey Secretary 

Gene Lucas Treasurer 

Fred Boyce Reporter 




Member;: Lee Potter, Bobby Jones, Neal Carlton, Mac McBride, Raymond Cobb, I'd Lane, Clyde Sullivan, 
Jimmy Perkins, Bobby Bennett, Robert Fulton. Faculty Adviser: Lessie L. Murray. 



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BAND 



Director, Ray Luke; Drum Major, Jo Overman; Majorettes, Marie Britt, Jean Tucker, Joyce Harrcll, Jackie 
Mallision; Members, Charlotte Hurst, Jo Anne High, Tim Ellen, Robert Wheeler, Edwin Alston, Sherod 
Rawls, Battle Pittman, Douglas Driver, Robert Paschall, Larry Parler, Graham Liles, David Holder, James 
Nichols, Guy Elliott, Bobby Home, Robert Bowers, Morgan McKinney, .Mac Herring, William Draughn, 
Jimmy Perkins, Felix Labaki, Tom DeVeaux. 




MIXED CHORUS 



Director, C. Lynn Brown; Member 



, ..,, Elizabeth Adams, Edwin Alston, Wilbur Ballinger, Robert Bowers, 

Marie Britt, Joyce Corbett, Mae Felton, Peggy Gay, Virginia Hanell, Betsy Hayes, Mac Herring, Jo Anne 
High, David Holder, I'.loisc James, Rubelle James, Jure Hohon, kclix labaki, Venus Lamm, Allie Lee, Warren 
Mallard, Leonard Mann, Morgan McKinney, Betsy Miller, Lois Moore, Larry Parler. Battle Pittman, Sherod 
Rawls, Johnnie Sawyer, Jodie Strickland, Carolyn Smith, Dorothy Taylor, George Taylor, Durwood Tyson, 
Mary Lee Warren, Martha Webster, Robert Wheeler, Burnelle White, Lucille Windlcy, Betty- Yarbrough, 
Tom DcYeaux, Dorcas Pineiro, Flwood Narron, Martha Jo Wcstray; Accompanyist, Harriet Breeland. 



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CONCERT COMMITTEE 



The Concert Committee is composed of a representative from each class and three faculty 
members. Its purpose is to arrange for and to present to the college students dramatic and 
musical productions for entertainment and cultural development. 

Harriet Breei.and Senior Representative 

Charlie Hlssev Junior Representative 

June Holton Sophomore Representative 

Battle Pittman Freshmen Representative 

Doris Holswor ih Faculty Representative 

Dorothy Eagles Faculty Representative 

Ray Luke Faculty Representative 




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SOCIAL COMMITTEE 

The Social Committee is composed of students and faculty members appointed by the Ex- 
ecutive Board. The purpose of this organization is to plan, promote, and coordinate social 
events on our campus and events directly related with full student participation. 



MEMBERS 

Henry Woodard Student Chairman 

Jean Hackney Assistant Student Chairman 

Sedalia Smith Senior Representative 

Opai. Roberson Junior Representative 

Rom Llewellyn Sophomore Representative 

Nan Mattox Freshman Representative 

Sarah Bain Ward Faculty Chairman 

Wallace Scherer Faculty Representative 

Lessie L. Murray Faculty Representative 



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SCIENCE CLUB 



The purpose of the Science Club is to give an opportunity for expression of special scien- 
tific talent. Membership is limited to students making superior grades in the held of science. 
They arc chosen because of their leadership, friendliness, quality of character, and interest 
in school welfare. 

OFFICERS 

Virginia Harrell President 

Jo Anne High I "ice-President 

Christine Williamson Secretary 

Douglas Joyner Treasurer 

Mr. N. C. Carr, Mr. J. P. Tvndall Sponsors 



Members: Jerry Bartholomew, Edwin Alston, Virginia Bobbin, Catherine Broun. Rachel Bcaty, Rudolph 
Connor, Johnny Colones, Geraldine Corbett, Mildred Creech, Ethel Draper, Dan Daniels, Norwood Dunn, 
Russell Fisher, Peggy Gay. Burnicc Gurlcy, Mary Lois Griffin, Paul Grady, Laura Gurley, Virginia Harrell, 
Jacksie High, Gordon Howell, Joyce Ann Harrell, Joanne High, Douglas Joyner, Evelyn Jenkins, Jack Jones, 
Nellie Rae Pridgcn, Don Perry, Dorcas Pineiro, Manlcy Sanderson, Scdalia Smith, Pat Patterson, Jesse Riggs, 
Margie Taylor, Joan Thorne, Emogene Turner, Thcola Register, Betsy Miller, Christine Williamson, Ben 
Wethington, Margaret Winstcad, Amos Wcstbrook and Charles Winstead. 




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Members: Geraldine Corbett, Mildred Creech, Janet Grimes, Thelma White, Jean Taylor, Durwood Tyson, 
I homas I)e Vaux, Jodie Strickland, Nancy Allen, Kloise James, Barbara Hutchins, Dorcas Pineiro, Jo Anne 
High, Charles Mewborn, June Holton, Glenn Brigman, Theola Register, I. aura Gurley, Alth.i Jean Warren, 
Lucille Windley, Bernclle White, Martha Webster, Venus Lamm, Emily Holland. Jack Holton, Lib Britt, 
Virginia Harrcll, Mary Lee Warren; Bill Waters, John Gray, Serrod Rawls. 



CHRISTIAN SERVICE CLUB 



The Christian Service Club is a living part of the Student Christian Association, and one 
of its officers always serves as coordinator on the S.C.A. Cabinet. Its functions are to pro- 
vide opportunities for those students who are interested in Christian service and to furnish a 
weekly period of fellow ship among students of all denominations. 



OFFICERS 

June Holton President 

Charles Mewborn Vice-President 

Beknelle White Secretary-Treasurer 



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STAGE AND SCRIPT 



State and Script, the dramatics group which is open to all students, has had a very success- 
ful year. This year the club produced "Romeo and Juliet," "The Red Velvet Goat," "Hail," 
an original one-act play by Bernclle White, and "Blythe Spirit." The club also presented 
a play for Religious Emphasis Week. 

The aims of the group are (1) to further the cultural life of the college, (2) to give an op- 
portunity for artistic expression, and (3) to provide entertainment for the college and com- 
munity. 

Stage and Script is a member of the Carolina Dramatics Association. 



OFFICERS 

Bernelle White President 

Edwin Alston I 'ice-President 

Virginia Hauser Secretary 

Beth Bissette Treasurer 



.Members: Glenn Brigman, Tom DeVaux. Janet Grimes, Laurice Daniels, Thelma White, Jessie Quinerly, 
Nancy Allen, Nell Beaman, June Holton. Venus Lamm, Wilma Masscngill, Mary Ann Oliver, Johnny Saw- 
yer, Oliver Rand, Pere Moskos, Felix Labaki, Dot Taylor, June Tomlinson, Martha Webster, Fred Boyce, 
Ray Tissot, Howard F.llis, Durwood Tyson, Jack Holton. Norwood Dunn, Alice Berry, Virginia Harrcll, 
Bill Waters. Opal Roberson, Joyce Harrcll. Marilyn Hudson. 




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Members: Nan Mattox, Marilyn Hudson, Joyce Harrell, May Wilson, Betsy Hayes, Marjorie Jennette, 
Janet Weeks, Betty Sue Harris, Louise Browning, Joyce Corbett, Martha Jo Wcstray, Virginia Harrell, Joyce 
Mallard. Wilbur Ballingcr, Connor Lee. Jimmy Perkins, Bobby Lewis. I'd Alston, Battle Pittman, Charlie 
Hussey, Rom Lewellyn, Henry Woodard, George Taylor, Nancy Johnston, and Coach Crutchficld, adviser. 



BULLDOG BOOSTER CLUB 

The purpose of this club is to boost school spirit, especially during football season. Mem- 
bers of the club have sold programs at football games, sponsored after-game dances in the 
Recreation Room during football season, and have sold football season tickets. The cheer- 
leaders were chosen by this organization. Pep rallies and the sponsorship of a Homecoming 
queen were projects this year. 

OFFICERS 

George Taylor President 

Henry Wcodard I ice-President 

Betsy Hayes Secretary 

Ed Alston Treasurer 



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SIGMA PI ALPHA 



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Sigma Pi Alpha is the national language fraternity on the campus. The local chapter is 
Alpha Gamma, whose aims are to stimulate a greater interest in foreign languages and to 
acquaint the students with customs of other countries. 



OFFICERS 

Opal Roberson President 

Geraldine Corbett Vice-President 

Joyce Harrell Corresponding Secretary 

Roger Holloman Recording Secretary 

Andrew Hdmundson Treasurer 

Christine Williamson Chairman Social Committee 



Members: Mary Lou Lassiter, Norwood Dunn, Nellie Rac Pridgcn, Jane Dudley, Charles Phillips, Kred 
Boyce, Charlotte Hurst. Jean Hackney, Jack Holton, Mary Lee Warren, Ethel Draper, Dorcas Pineiro, Bill 
Waters, O. H. Shatter, Virginia Harrell, Marjorie Taylor, Jackie Mallison, Joe Joyner, Jessie Riggs. Advisers: 
Dr. Lsther Long, Mr. Leslie Murray. 




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Representatives: Marjorie Jennette, Martha Lou Williamson, Ann Bullock, Anna Jean Poole, Marilyn Hudson, 
Mary Lou Lassitcr, Melvin Dennis, Roy Coggins, Guy F.lliott, Donald Perry, Larry Parler, Henry Woodard. 



PAN HELLENIC COUNCIL 



The Pan 1 lellenic Council is composed of representatives from all Greek letter organizations 
on the campus. The function of this council is to set up rules and regulations governing the 
organizations, and promoting good will among sororities and fraternities. 



OFFICERS 

Connor Lee President 

Roy Coggins Vice-President 

Donald Perry '. Secretary 

Henry Woodard Treasurer 

Sarah Bain Ward Faculty Adviser 



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DELTA SIGMA 



"You Name It" — Initiation — Lamp to Phi Dclts — "Tacky" party for freshmen — Banquet 
-Dances — Torchbearers of Frendship — Weddings — Susie, Homecoming; Queen. 



OFFICERS 

First Se 7 Hester 

Joy Taylor President . . 

Ann Bullock Vice-President 

Burnice Gurley Secretary . . 



Second Semester 

Tempie Bass 

. . . Opal Roberson 
. Dorothy Spruill 



Mary Lee Warren Treasurer Jeurlene Bartholomew 

Theola Register Chaplin Margaret Brown 

Bernelle White Historian Beth Bissette 

Sponsors Mrs. Robert Reynolds, Mrs. Laurence Smith 



Members: Dorothy Spruill, Joy Taylor, Bcrnclle White, Johnnie Sawyer, Burnice Gurley, Beth Bissette, 
Anna Jean Poole, Lillian Deans. Ann Bullock, Jeurlene Bartholomew, Peggy Mason Cannady, Joy Mae Bass, 
l.orene Owens Bowen, Tempie Bass, Opal Roberson, Margaret Broun, Slay Wilson, Mary Lee Warren, 
Theola Register, Ruth Johnson Butler. Betty Sue Allgood. 




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Members: Ted Bowen, Charles Boykin, Robert Boykin, Rudolph Connor, Laurice Daniels. Norwood Dunn, 
Guy Elliott, Robert Fulton, Fred Grady, Rudolph Hill, Jack Holton, Carroll Jackson, Alvin James, Carroll 
James, Sam Jenkins, Willie Johnson, Jack Jones, David Jones. Hobby Jones, Donald Mallard, Fletcher McCoy, 
Morgan Mckinncy, Donald Perry, Lee Potter, Bill Register, Al Richardson, Manley Sanderson, Bill Webber. 
W. S. Wells, Robert Wheeler, Robert Wilkerson, Donald Marcus, Jack Narron, Doane Cottle, Bill Richard- 
son, John Flowers, Gerald Waters, Durwood Tyson. 



PHI DELTA GAMMA 

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I pass — My Best to You — Masquerade Ball — Coffee with Carroll — Bob's jokes — Stags — 
Dunn mistaken for sponsor — Love that girl — Two telephones — "Come again when you don't 
have so long to stay" — Good Fellow ship. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 

Lee Potter President , 

Ted Bowen I "ice-President 

Donald Perry Secretary . . 

Willie Johnson Treasurer . 



Second Semester 
. . Donald Perry 

Fred Grady 

. Durwood Tyson 
Roberi Brinkley 



Guy Elliott Chaplain Guy Elliott 

Manley Sanderson Sgt. at Arms Fletcher McCoy 

Carroll James Historian Lee Potter 

Fred Grady House President Sam Jenkins 

Sponsors Milton L. Adams, Lessie L. Murray 



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SIGMA TAU CHI 



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Initiation — Autumn Dance — Thanksgiving Festival — Sponsors — Christmas Song Feast — 
Bids — Pledges — Initiation — Valentine Dance — Sorority Banquet — College Scrapbook — Gold 
and White — Chrysanthemums. 



OFFICERS 
First Semester 

Marilyn Hudson President . . . 

Jean Tucker Vice-President . 



Second Semester 
Phoebe Shacklekord 
.Geraldine Corbett 



Marie Harper Secretary Joan Thorne 

Jean Dew Treasurer Carolyn Ballance 

Ann Merritt Chaplain Joyce Mallard 

Sponsors Mrs. Wallace Scherer, Mrs. Lessie L. Murray 



Members: Marilyn Hudson, Mary Lou Lassitcr, Joyce Ann Harrell, Joyce Mallard, Geraldine Corbett, 
Jaeksic High, Nellie Ray Pndgen, Jackie Mallison, Sedalra Smith, Frances Barnes, Marie Harper, Jean Tucker, 
Jean Hew, Carolyn Ballance, Mayncll Nickols, Phoebe Shackleford, Joan Thorne, Catherine Brown, Josephine 
\\ llliamson, Mary Lois Griffin, Ann Merritt. Honorary Member: Sara Dillon. 




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Members: Jack Allsbrook, Edwin Alston, Fred Bobbitt, Fred Boyce, Dave Bryan, Karl Hurler, Tom Cal- 
lahan, Johnny Colones, Andrew Edmundson, Sain Everharr, Milburn Eelton, Russell Fisher, Al Hardison, 
Bobby Home, Charlie Hussey, Charlie king, Van Lee, Silas Lucas, Alvin Narron, Joe Newkirk, Larry Parler, 
Bob Paschall. Leroy Pittman, Oliver Rand. Edgar RenfrOW, Jesse Riggs, Allen Ross, Herbert Ross, George 
Spirtos, (-raven Summer all, Bobby Tart, Roy Tart, George Taylor, Henry Woodard, Kerry Kicklighter. 



PHI KAPPA ALPHA 

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Keepers of "Miss Bo" — "Buckingham Palace" — Good Housekeepers — Intramurals — 
Amersons — Big Cars — Christmas Party — Womanless Wedding — Open House — "On it." 



OFFICERS 
First Semester Second Semester 

James Fox, Jr President Roy Tart 

Andrew Edmundson Vice-President Henry Woodard 

David Bryan Secretary Russell Fisher 

Johnnie Colones Sgt. at Arms Van Lee 

Jesse Riggs Historian Tom Callahan 

Bobby Tart Chaplain Wilbur Ballinger 



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PHI SIGMA TAU 



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Combination — Tea — Top Hat — Golden Weed — Drapes — Rainbow Room — Snow White 
and the Seven Dwarfs — Weiners at David's — Spring Formal. 



OFFICERS 

First Semester Second Semester 

Martha Lou Williamson President Betsy Hayes 

Majorie Jennette Vice-President Jane Dudley 

Audrey Jones Secretary Christine Williamson 

Jane Dudley Treasurer Virginia Bobbitt 

.Margaret Winstead Historian Dor Gregory 

Nell Beaman Chaplain Emily' Holland 



Sponsors: Doris C. Holsworth, Mary Nackos, Donna M. Horton 

Members: Lib C.'oor, Marjorie Killebrew, Alice Berry, Nell Beaman, Marjorie Jennette, Sara Smith, Nancy 
Johnston, Betty Yarbrough, Audrey Jones, Jane Dudley, Margaret \\ instead, Christine Williamson, Janice 
Sharp, Betsy Hayes, Charlotte Hurst, Emily Holland, June Holton, Dorothy Gregory, Virginia Bobbitt, 
Martha Lou Williamson. Honorary Members: Helen Fox, Katherine Mathis, Edna Joyner. 




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Members: Billy Beaman, James Cannon, Ncal Carlton, I nomas Chase, Jay ("lark, Roy Coggins, Mi-Kin 
Dennis, Forrest Deshields, Douglas Driver, Marion Ennis, Raymond Fleming, David Green, Joby Griffin. 
Ted Ingraham, Hugh Johnson, Douglas Joyner, Joe Joyner, Connor Lee, Max Fee, Gene Lucas, Paul Mc- 
Crary, Clinton Ousley, Pat Patterson, Nick Siganos, Clyde Sullivan, Gene Sweat, Thomas Wells, Ben Welling- 
ton, George Brinson, Mac MeBride, Rom Llewellyn, Graham Files, Norman Ingraham, Jimmy Early, John 
Newton, Thurman Harwood, Jimmie Nichols, Bobby Lewis, Bruce Whitley, Wade Stephenson. 



SIGMA ALPHA 



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Sigma Hogans— Still here, 705 W. Gold — Man of the Year — Pat's Pants— Pinochle- 
Orchids- Spring Formal --Gallins — Up all Night — Sweet Peas — Lavender and White. 



First Semester 

Pat Patterson . . . . 

Connor Lee 

Ted Ingraham 
Raymond Fleming. 



OFFICERS 

Second Semester 

. . President David ( Jreen 

I 'ice-President Eugene Sweat 

. . Secretary Douglas Joyner 

Treasurer Neil Carlton 



Clyde Sullivan Sgt. at Arms. 

Jay Clark Chaplain . . 

Join ( iRIFFIN Reporter . . 



Norman Ingraham 

Joseph Joyner 

Rom Llewellyn 



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HOWARD CHAPEL AND KINSEY HALL 



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SPORTS 




'Bo" AND BoHUNKUS 



"/ profess not talking: 
only this, let each 
man do his best." 

—Henry IV 




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COACHING STAFF 



William J. Crutchiield 


Robert K. Reynolds 


Head Coach 


Bad-field Coach 


James P. Henrdick 


Johnnie Colon is 


Line Coach 


Student Assistant Coach 


Ted Ingraham 


Charlie Kim, 


Equipment . \ ianager 


Team Manager 




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Football coaches who don't win football games are jokingly re- 
ferred to as coaches who "build character." Mentor Bill Crutchfield 
and his Atlantic Christian College Bulldogs accomplished an aim long 
sought alter here. 

Coach Crutchfield knows you shouldn't go bear hunting with a 
switch, but he did it, and his valiant forces brought out a renewed 
edition of the story about David and Goliath. 

Starting the 1950 football season with a roster of untried, still wet 
behind the ears rookies. Coach Crutchfield startled everyone, probably 
even himself, by sending his charges out to beat Wilson Teachers 
College by the highest score compiled by any team in the history of 
the school, 56-0. 

That point total represented a figure greater than the 1949 team had 
been abie to compile in the entire season. The Bulldogs had good 
reason to feel better. 

The week following that game. Coach Crutchfield carried his team 
to Guilford and lost a hcartbreaker. He and the team, which com- 
mitted numerous fumbles, felt that game should have been won. 

They made up the loss the following week by defeating Newport 
News Apprentice, 7-6, in a rough, bruising battle which showed the 
Bulloogs had the will to win. 

Those were the only two wins on the schedule for 1950, a better 
record than any team had chalked up since before the war. A complete 
reversal from the year before, only one team. Appalachian, beat 
the 'Dogs by any embarrassing score. They stood themselves in 
fine stead, against insurmountable odds, and proved that a bear can 
be killed with a switch. 

These were the boys who did the job: Kerry Kicklighter, Cohen 

Tart, Gilbert Fcrrell, Ken Haseldcn. and Alfred Morris, did the work 

at the end positions. Kicklighter was the only Senior; the rest were 

Sophomores and Freshmen. 

David Green, Wade Stephenson, Johnny Brown, and Fd Watrcn were the main bulwarks at tackle. I heir playing 

throughout the season was terrific against larger and more experienced men. 

Captain Jimmy Fox, senior guard on the team, was the real backbone of the line, holding down one of the key guard 
posts most of the year. He was aided by a sturdy freshman newcomer, Joe Gurganus. Warren Goft and Joe Dennis did 
their share, too. 

The situation was critical at center. Kenneth Mattox, a freshman, took over the post right from the start of the season, 

and stayed there most of the year. He developed, and proved a value to the team. George Spirtos was his able stand-by. 

Atlantic Christian was the only team in the conference which could boast three freshmen quarterbacks. Jay ('lark, 

Armond Colombo, and Carl Jones were all newcomers. Colombo, a fine ball mover, and (dark, an outstanding passer, 

did most of the work, but Jones did the punting, and served some time under the center. 

J. T "Mac'' McBridc carried the bulk of the load at fullback, although Ed Lane got in the act frequently on both de- 
fense and offense. 

The halfbacks were principally led on offense by Scoop McCrary, Herbert Ross, and Red Julian. I he man who won 
the most valuable player award, however, was Tom Callahan, one of the finest defensive halfbacks ever to play for A.C.C. 
Chink Dennis, a small package, played his senior year, and did a good job. 

Those are the boys who did the work, gave Atlantic Christian a respectable season, and stayed around until the next 
draft notice. 




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Second row: Charlie King, George Spirtos, Ken Matrox, Gilbert 1'errcll, Frank Cole. First row: Billy Tomlinson, 
Melvin Dennis, Eugene Julian. Jay Clark. 



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Rir£ row, /<■_/> to r/jj/f/: Tom Callahan, Ed Warren, Kerry kicklighter, J. R. Brown, Pat Patterson, Joe Gurganus, Coach 
Hendrick. Second toil-: David Green. Ed Lane, Ken Hasclden, Cohen Tart, Coach Crutchfield. First rotv: Jimmy 
Fox, Wade Stephenson, Herbert Ross, Joe Dennis. 



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BASKETBALL 



No sooner wa« the 1950 football campaign ended than new troubles began to plague Atlantic Christian. Whence 
cometh the basketball team' Most of the starters from the previous season were gone, principally Paul Glazer, one of 
the finest hardwood players ever to attend the college. 

Only three men were left who had seen much duty at college basketball. I hese were Jack Allsbrook, Bobby Tart 
and Reid Ingraham. Never was the old adage about "troubles coming in bunches like bananas" more strongly felt. 

The rest of the teams in the conference were sure to be improved. I hey later proved that this was true. 

Even with the three veterans back from the old team. Bill Crutchfield practically had to start from scratch. Three 
weeks after the start of the season, two of his starters, and sometimes three, were freshmen. Never underestimate the 
value of experience. It means a lor. 

Here was the situation: Billy Tomlinson, Gilbert Ferrell, and Jay Clark, three former Wilson High performers, re- 
ported tor practice and gave promise of becoming stalwart battlers. 1 hese were joined by freshmen Carl Jones, frank 
Cole, and Roy Coggins and Milhurn f'clton. 

Numerically speaking, that wasn't much to enter the final half of the season with. 

Headed into the Guilford game on January 25, the Bulldogs had been unable to get a win in eleven starts. That posed 
the worst record in many a year for the Bulldogs. 

There were explanations, and plenty of good ones. True. Billy Tomlinson soon became the team's high scorer, but 
he was weeded out by the Armed forces. 

Jay Clark and Gilbert ferrell, two solid performers, were at bad disadvantages on the court from a height deficit. No 
team sent as many sawed-oft men into action as did the Bulldogs. 1 hey suffered rebound famines game after game, 
fought hard, but found it impossible to scale the heights. 

Most of the teams around the North State conference stronghold of basketball, were primed and ready for the season, 
with a host of stars on every roster. E.C.T.C. had what looked like its best team in years. High Point had dropped 
football, and had put all its effort on the hoop game. Catawba and Western Carolina were all threats to the conference 
crown. Lenoir Rhyne and Guilford, plus Appalachian, were not to be sneezed at. 

There was cause for some optimism. Coach Bill Crutchfield felt that it he could muster time, he could mold his rookies 
in with the veterans to form a strong team. In the process of building that strength, however, the Bulldogs were sustain- 
ing heavy losses. 

The war situation was once again having its effect on college athletics. I he draft was eminent, not the one which 
gives you a bad cold. 

The lads named heretofore were the backbone of the team, which at times seemed to forget it was facing terrific odds 
at every hand. 

If all the Freshmen are back, and Uncle Sam cools down some, look out for the Bulldogs next year. The bitter ex- 
perience they've had thus far this season is the best experience available, but it's still tough to lose. 



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SQUAD 
Billy Tomlinson, Ed Warren, Roy Tart, Jay Clark, Milburn Felton, Frank Cole, Rcid Ingraham, Bobby Tarr, 
Roy Coggins, Gilbert Ferrell, Jack Allsbrook, Carl Jones. 

FIRST SEVEN 
Bobby Tart, Jay Clark, Reid Ingraham, Gilbert Ferrell, Carl Jones, Jack Allsbrook, Billy Tomlinson. 




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BASEBALL 



GAM IS 



Guilford 4 A.C.C. 7 

Lenoir Rhyne 5 A.C.C. 3 

Catawba 12 .A.C.C. 4 

Norfolk Navy 3 A.C.C. 1 2 

Elon II A.C.C. 3 

K.C.T.C. 9 A.C.C. 13 

Appalachian 5 A.C.C. 4 

W.C.T.C. 7 A.C.C. 8 

W.C.T.C. 8 A.C.C. 1" 



Norfolk Navy 4 A.C.C. 2 

High Point 4 A.C.C. 8 

Catawba 15 A.C.C. 4 

Lenoir Rhyne 2 A.C.C. 7 

E.C.T.C. 2 A.C.C. 8 

Guilford 17 A.C.C. 5 

Elon 3.... A.C.C. 2 

114 119 
Won 9 Lost 8 tor season 

Won 7 Lost 7 in conference 




HBH^HHHI^BHflH^BM m^^H^HB^I 



Ronald White, Haul McCrary, Harold Bain, Sparky McCaskill, Jack Boykin, Neil Carlton, Pecvic Bass, Pete 
Hardison, Rcid Ingraham, Bobby Tart, Paul Glazcr, Warren Barnes, Bobby Home. Charlie King (manager), R. K 
Reynolds (coach), Cohen Tart, Ed Lane. Milburn Felton, Bill Ward. 



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CHEERLEADERS: Back toil-: Joyce Corbett, Betty Sue Harris 
Marilyn Hudson, Joyce Harrell, Lois Ann Moore. 



Louise Browning. Front row: Maxine Stanley, 



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INTRAMURALS 






— ^L l._ 

Robert K. Reynolds Katherine L, Reynolds Ted Ingraham 

Intramural Coach Director of Women's Assistant 

Physical Education Intramural Coach 

WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 

The W.A.A. consists of all women students on the campus. Its purpose is to promote and 
sponsor intramural athletics for women, to develop qualities of leadership, and to provide 
opportunities for participation in various recreational activities. The association is governed 
by a cabinet which consists of a president, vice-president, secretary-treasurer, team captains, 
and the Director of Women's Physical Education. 

OFFICERS 

Mary 1 ,ou I , assi it.r President 

Man M attox I Ice-President 

Marie Harper Secretary-Treasurer 

Team Captains: Joyce Mallard, Joyce Corbett, Bronna Brooks, Marjorie Jennette, Katherine 
L. Reynolds, Director. 




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INTRAMURAL CHAMPIONS 




FOUL SHOOTING CONTEST 

Kerry Kicklighter 
Tom Callahan 



VOLLEY BALL PHANTOMS 

Btick row: Harriet Breeland, Allic Lee, Nan 

Matrox, Janie Creel. 

Front roir: Martha Webster, Lucille Windley, 

\ancv Allen 



PING PONG DOUBLES 

Marjorie Jennette 
Dot Gregory 



TOUCH FOOTBALL 

Phi Kappa 

Van Lee, Fred Boyce, Craven Summerall, Rus- 
sell Fisher, Jesse Riggs, Robert Paschall. 



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FEATURES 



"All tUu, 



9 4-cup, 
h Mme!" 




^s^ 



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INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT D. RAY LINDLEY .. NOVEMBER 1, 1950. 



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HOME-COMING QUEEN 

November 11, 1950 






Betty Sue Allgood 
Elm Citv 





Mayor Littlejohn Faulkner 

Betty Sue Allgood, 
"Miss Home-coming" 



Contestants Lois Ann Moore 
Janet Grimes, June Holton, the queen 
Dor Gregory, and Betsy Miller 



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CHRISTMAS DANCE, December 19, 1950 




NEW YEAR'S DANCE, January 5, 1951 

Crowning Air. and Miss New Year! Lib Speight, Mr. New Year; Jean Tucker, Miss 

Holdford, 1950 Meredith May Queen; Ray New Year! 



All Contestants! 

Kerry Kicklighter, senior class; Craven Sumerall, 

sophomore class; Betsy Miller, freshmen class; 



Ray Speight, freshman class; Jean Tucker, junior 

class; Nellie Rac Pridgen, sophomore class; Larry 

Parler, junior class; and Harriet Breeland, senior 
class. 




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MAY QUEEN and KING 1951 




Sedalia Smith 
Eureka . 



Alvin "Jolly" James 
Wallace 



This is it . . . what do we think of now? Gonna seem odd with nothing to worry 
about! We sat up late and drank coffee and worked and worried. Our days and 
nights were rilled with thoughts of ads, 'n pictures, n deadlines, 'n telephone calls 



Where's my red pencil?? Here take mine 



I 



We barked 



and stormed . . . sometimes together . . . always hard. Looking back we can say 
it was fun . . . wish we could turn back to the day we started it all and live it through 
again. That's life . . . full of things we want to keep . . . we reach for them —and 
they're gone. 

Our very special thanks goes to Karl Fleming, Dr. Hartsock, Raines and Cox 
(the foursome — Jean, Elsa, Walt and Connor), Mr. Smith of Edwards and Broughton, 
to the members of the staff, the entire student body and to the faculty whose patience- 
ran th'n when we ran in and out of class as if this were Grand Central Station. 

Again we say, this is it . . . it's all over for us. We hope we've captured a bit of 
the spirit of A.C.C. ... if we have, you'll like your book; it's from us to you . . . 
and it's all about our common denominator — Atlantic Christian College! 

Dan and Margie. 



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RAINES & COX 



PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR ANNUAL 



STUDIO 

Carroll Building 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 




RAINBOW RESTAURANT 



Wilson's Finest 

110 South Goldsboro Struct 
Wilson, N. C. 



301 SERVICE STATION 

500 Herring Avenue 

J. T. HOLMES, Proprietor and Manager 

T E X A C J' R I) U C T S 



Compliment* of 

WILSON CAROLINA 

THEATRES 

The Student's Friend 



HEMBY'S BEAUTY SALON 



For GOODness # Sake! 





"The Mello Fellow" 

REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE 



BRANCH BANKING & 
TRUST COMPANY 

of NORTH CAROLINA 



WILSON 



ELM CITY 

GOLDSBORO 

FREMONT 

SELMA 

KINSTON 

NEW BERN 

ITKEVILLE 



FAYETTEVILLE 

WARSAW 

WALLACE 

FAISON 

TRENTON 

PLYMOUTH 

WILLIAMSTON 



NEW ACCOUNTS SOLICITED 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



The College Girl's Shop 

BARSHAY'S 
LADIES' SHOP 

Apparel That Appeals 
Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 



J. C. PENNEY CO. 



BLAIR'S F " r B '' tt( ' r Wear See H,air ~ ROBLEE SHOES 
^^ Wilson's Exclusive Men's and Boys' Shoe Stoee 



105 South Goldsboro Street 



Compliments of 

WALTER S. HINES 
BARBER SHOP 



Briggs Hotel 

208 East Nash Street 



Compliments 

SEALTEST 

ICE (REAM and 
DAIRY PRODUCTS 



PHONES 2131 - 21:35 



W. C. REID & CO. Fine Pianos, Records, Radios 

WURLITZER ORGANS 
PHONE 1779 115 South Goldsboro Street W I l.SOX, N. C. 

AMERSON'S 

Sandwiches : Short Order Plates : Drinks : Ice Cream 
Herring Avenue -:- PHONE 2285 



Compliments of 

BARNES MOTOR 
and PARTS CO. 



MOTHER AND 
DAUGHTER FASHIONS 

Wilson, N. C. 

The Fashion Center for 
Thrifty H omen 



CAROLINA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS, INC. 

Your Patronage is Appreciated 
PHONE 2164 



HIGH'S, Inc. 

PLUMBING. HEATING AND INSULATION 



311-313 Herring Avenue 
WILSON, N. C. 



J. E. POWELL 



PAINTING and DECORATING 



Residence: 5304 Center Street 
P. O. Box 2003 

PHONE 3-841(3 



Westover 
RALEIGH, N. C. 



Compliments of 

BRUCE LAMM 

Wlwre Young Men 
Like to Trade 



Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 

CORBETT MOTOR CO. 

Bunk Dealer 
Wilson, N. C. 



The Men's Shop 

HOWARD ADKINS, INC. 

QUALITY MENS WEAR WILSON, N. C. 



PHONE: Day 25T!) 
N'ite: 4759-3408-47W3-5247 

Dick's Electrical Co. 

State License No. 213 

MAYTAG - HOOVER 

CROSLEY - HOTPOINT 

Sales and Service 

3(17 East Nash Street 
WILSON, N. C. 



Best Wishes 



BELK-TYLER'S 



Wilson's Shopping Centel 



KING-HUNTER, INC. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 




GREENSBORO WILSON 



Compliments 

THURSTON 
MOTOR LINES, INC. 

Serving North Carolina and Virginia 
Since 1933 

Executive Offices 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Phone 3123 



TWEETIE'S SNACK SHOP 

SANDWICHES : DRINKS : ICE CREAM : MAGAZINES 



Compliments of 

DANIEL ROOFING SUPPLIES, Incorporated 



121 South Douglas Street 



DIAL 2346 



SERVICE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 

Make Our Phone Line Your Clothes Line 
Phone 3591 Wilson, N. C. 1101 S. Goldsboro Street 



FIVE POINTS NURSERY and FLORAL CO. 



9(1+ Randolph Street 
MRS. CHAS. E. LIGON, Proprietor 



DIAL 3928 



JOYNER'S MEMORIAL COMPANY 

CEMETERY MEMORIALS 

301 Highway. South Phone 5395 



SERVICE GROCERY 

CHOICE OF MEATS AND GROCERIES 
FRUITS. VEGETABLES AND SEAFOOD : Five Points. Wilson 



WILSON MARKET 

NATIVE AND WESTERN MEATS, POULTRY, ETC. 
PHONE 2117 



VALLY AND ELLIS 

SODA FOUNTAIN : SANDWICHES and MAGAZINES 
Near Post Office Wilson, North Carolina 



DICK'S HOT DOG 
STAND 

W. Nash Street 

Welcome Students 
Prop. Lee S. Gli'akmis 



MOSS & COMPANY 
Inc. 

"Treat People Right" 

Wilson, N. C. 



Come in and See the 

NEW COLLEGE STYLES 

They're Swell! 

OETTI NGER'S 

"The Dependable Store" 



Dial 2124 



Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 

BARKER'S 
DEPT. STORE 

Outfitters for the Entire Family 

201-203 S. Goldsboro St. 
Wilson, N. C. 



Compliments of 

THE SWINSON 
FURNITURE CO., INC. 

FURNITURE 
HARDWARE 

106-108 W. Barnes Street 
PHONE +43« 

Hear Moss & Co. 



Flowers 
For All Occasions 

STARR THE FLORIST 

Wilson, N. C. 
DIAL 2108 - 2100 



Compliments of 



FIDELITY CLEANERS 

Cash and Carry 



Come See Us and Save 




219 E. Nash St. 

'Where Smartness Prevails'' 
Wilson, N. C. 



CONGRATULATIONS 

to the 

CLASS OF 1951 



CITY OF WILSON 

THE HOME OF A. C. COLLEGE 



BRIDGERS' PAINT b WALLPAPER CO. 

125 South Tarboro Street PHONE 4128 

ARTIST SUPPLIES AND BRUSHES 

Complete 
PAINT WALLPAPER VENETIAN BLIND 

Service 



WILSON VENEER COMPANY 

INCORPORATED 

Manufacturers of 

ROTARY CUT GUM AND POPLAR VENEERS 
Wilson, North Carolina 



R. E. QUINN & CO 



GIFT SHOP — 1st Flc 



DECORATOR SHOP — 3rd Floor 



BISSfTTTS 



UE*1[ 



ZIQ££Z 



WILSON 



GREENVILLE 



Compliments of 


Compliments 




of 


WM. HINES 




BARBER SHOP 


P. L. WOODARD 




b CO., INC. 


130 South (ioldsboro Street 




Wilson, N. C. 


Farm Supplies 


Eat at 


Compliments 
of 


MURPHY'S 


CARTER'S 


DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 


Wilson's Largest Credit 
Jewelers 


and 




COLD DRINKS 


102 W. Nash Street 
PHONE 6203 



MATTHEW I. BOYKIN, JR 

GENERA L C O N T EACTOR 

Phones 4935 - 5930 
X. C. License 205+ 



FAULKNER NEON 

DEPENDABLE NEON SIGN SERVICE 
Wilson, N. C. 



FOR COMPLETE 

COVERAGE OF SPORTS AND OTHER COLLEGE 

ACTIVITIES — READ 

THE WILSON DAILY TIMES 

Wilson County's Only Daily Newspaper 

It regularly goes into more than 10.000 homes in 
Wilson's trading territory. 



BRIGGS HOTEL CAFETERIA 



Compliments of 



THE 



BIG STAR 
WAREHOUSE 



Wilson's Leading Eating Place 



Thomas-Yelverton 
Company 

BETTER 
FURNITURE 

Phone 3121 
Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments of 

NATIONAL BANK 

WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 

Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

FRIENDS 



Parker's Barbecue 

2 Miles South on Hwy. 301 










Roadside Invitation 




WILSON', X. C. 




To Drive Refreshed 




MENU 




^hTghway// 




Fried Chicken Brunswick Ste-cc 
Barbecue Steak 




ssgw m^ 




Special Dining Room 

for Parties 

Reservation: 3836-1 




~ ^.d£\^m^j 








BARNES-HARRELL 




Serve Anywhere 

For Any Number 


COMPANY 


Silverware CJi inmcare 






Compliments of 


CHURCHWELL'S 




Inc. 






THE 


JEWELERS 


CHERRY HOTEL 


Certified Gemologist 




R EGISTEB ED J EWELERS 




American Gem Society 
Watches Jewelry 


Nash Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 



Compliments of 



WILSON HARDWARE COMPANY 



Compliments of 



WILSON INDUSTRIAL BANK 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



WmW £*1J'\ 

mW^^^^^.^m\\ 

m 




ikmrniM 



Smart Styles for Men 

Quality Tailoring 

Ills S. Goldsboro St. PHONE 4951 



BARNHILL'S 

DRUG S T R E 



Five Points : Wilson. N. C. 
PHONE 2856 



WOODWORK OF DISTINCTION 

STEPHENSON MILLWORK COMPANY 

DIAL 4718 WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA R. I.. Stehiknson. Owner 



GODWIN'S BARBECUE 

When You Think of Barbecue — Think of Godwin's 
2.'!(i South Tarboro Street 



JEFFERSON APPLIANCE COMPANY 

PHILCO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 
TAPPAN GAS RANGES 

102 East Barnes Street 
WILSON, NORTH CAROLINA 



WILLIAMS LUMBER 
COMPANY 

LUMBER AND 
BUILDING MATERIAL 

We Sell Everything 
To Build Anything 



Compliments of 

HUNT FUNERAL 
HOME 

Wilson : Stantonsburg 



Facts No American Should Ever Forget 



The Average Worker's Weekly Salary Buys: 

IN RUSSIA IN GREAT BRITAIN IN U. S. A. 

17 lbs. of Sugar 282 lbs. of Sugar 
5 lbs. of Butter 84 lbs. of Butter* 

25 quarts of Milk 133 quarts of Milk 

20 loaves of Bread 1 51 loaves of Bread 
12 lbs. of Beef 87 lbs. of Beef f 



500 lbs. of Sugar 
68 lbs. of Butter 
276 quarts of Milk 
400 loaves of Bread 
82 lbs. of beef 



Rationed to 3 ounces per week per person, 
f Rationed to 17 cents worth per week per person. 



owned and operated by 

SIDNEY BLUMENTHAL & CO., INC. 

Manufacturers of Upholstery Pile Fabrics, Fur-Fabrics and Velvets 

WILSON DIVISION ROCKY MOUNT DIVISION 

Wilson, N. C. Rocky Mount, N. C. 



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